Jed Cope - writer novel

South Cheshire writer Jed Cope has launched his debut novel at the age 50, writes Jonathan White.

Writing under his pen name Jeddy McClownFace, ‘The Chair Who Loved Me’ is a fantasy/comedy/sci-fi story for older children and adults.

The book chronicles the weird and wonderful adventures of a chair rescued from a boring life in an office when whisked away on intergalactic travels by two hapless and reluctant heroes, Ben and Thom.

Jed is an accountant in the daytime but has spent his evenings during lockdown writing the story, which features thrills, spills, disorientation and vomiting!

Early reader reviews have compared the book to Douglas Adams, Terry Pratchett and Red Dwarf.

Jed said: “I love writing and left it late to come to that particular party, but I have not been wasting my time.

“No siree! I’ve been reading.

“I love books and the places they take you to – I’ve travelled far and wide.

“Twists! There’s nothing better than entrusting yourself to an author and letting them take you on a journey to gods know where! I hope you enjoy my book.”

‘The Chair Who Loved Me’ is available in paperback and Kindle editions from Amazon. Go to and search ‘The Chair Who Loved Me’, or click

To find out more, read free short stories, and be a part of the author’s community, please visit Jed’s Facebook page:

The Chair Who Loved Me - cover (1)

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